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Today's News

  • LHS first annual Turkey Trot

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Last Saturday Liberty High School held its very first Turkey Trot 5k and a one mile fun run.
        “We had lots of great feedback. Everyone seemed to have a great time,” said Athletic Director Lori Mattson.
        The Turkey Trot benefited the Sports Boosters and the Liberty High School Athletic Department.

  • Bedford area Home school tennis tournament

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Bedford Recreation department sponsored a 10 week tennis program for homeschool students under Dave Eckes.
        The program had 17 students ranging from ages 8 to 15 and met every Wednesday from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. at Liberty Lake Park.
        Last Wednesday the program held a tournament for the students.

  • Carson, Stanley move on from council

        When Bedford Town Council convenes for the first time next year, two men will no longer occupy one of the hot seats.
        Robert Carson and Beckham Stanley chose not to run and newcomers Bruce Johannessen and Bryan Schley picked up the vacant seats.
        Carson, who served on Council for four years, said he tends to be his own worst critic.
        “I just didn’t feel very effective,” he said.

  • Chamber promotes Small Business Saturday

        The Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce held a press conference, Friday, to promote Small Business Saturday, which takes place on Nov. 26.

        Susan Martin, the president of the Chamber, urged people to come out the Saturday after Thanksgiving and do some of their Christmas shopping at local small businesses.
        Martin said that, according to the U. S. Small Business Administration, half of America’s workers either own or work for a small business.

  • Bonds that never die

        Soldiers in combat often form close bonds that last for life, and sometimes after death.

  • SOLAR POWER FACILITY TO BE DEVELOPED IN BEDFORD

     

  • With a new administration comes a chance for a new start

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

  • It’s time to unite and get to work

    The simplest way to make your voice heard is to show up at the ballot box. After all, the right to vote is critical in protecting all of our other rights. On Election Day, millions of voters came to the polls and put their support behind their candidates for the White House and Congress. The votes have been tallied, and Donald Trump is set to serve as the 45th President of the United States.

     

  • The loss of a dear friend

    By Susan D. Blanding

    School Counselor
    Montvale  Elementary School

        Inspiring, courageous, cheerful, outgoing, persistent.  Smart, intelligent, funny, friendly, loyal.
        Piper Olivia Moore.
        Beautiful, thoughtful, kind, tender-hearted, clever.  Imaginative, playful, insightful, responsive, appreciative.
        We lost a dear friend from our midst when Piper left us on Thursday morning, October 27.

  • A choice bound to be regretted

        In the 1983 made-for-television movie, “The Day After,” two doctors are discussing the alarming international tensions that look as though they might actually lead to nuclear war.
        One says something like, “People really aren’t stupid enough to let that happen, are they?” The other doctor isn’t so sure. “Stupidity,” he says, “has a habit of getting its way.”